For obvious reasons, all of our stores are closed as of March 17 for a minimum of two weeks.
We, too, are holding our breath and doing our best to be responsible citizens while we ride through this tumultuous period in history.
You can email email@example.com, call us at 617-423-3134 x254 (we promise a call back), or check in with your favorite friendly manager to shop or just say hello. Stay safe, stay healthy, stay in touch and make a happy spring wish list. Let’s all try to make positive use of this time and remember,
“THE CROCUSES WILL COME UP!”
See you soon!
To our friends and loyal customers,
During this tumultuous time, we want you to know that we will continue to do our very best to take care of you. We are presently open regular hours and are thoroughly wiping down our store surfaces throughout the day. Please know that we would love you to come visit your favorite store, even if just for some fun conversation and entertainment. If you want to have a private party for your girlies, we are ready to go. Reach out to a store manager and we will accommodate something special just for you! To all of you who have shopped recently, we are entirely appreciative. We will alert you to any changes ahead, as obviously we are very concerned about how the impact of this virus is having and will continue to have on our small business and the communities and customers we serve. We want you to know that our staff is more than delighted to ship or deliver any items you may like. Updates to our stores’ hours will be posted on our website, www.saracampbell.com.
In the meantime, we are very busy at headquarters designing, stitching, planning, and organizing for the next season. Living in New England has taught me how to survive winter blizzards, and being born and raised in California has taught me how to put my face in the sunshine even after an earthquake! One of my favorite sayings from my mentor Corita Kent is this one: "So far, the crocuses have always come up!" ...and so far, they have. We must all have faith!
Click here for a message from the CDC.